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SAILING: Valentine's Regatta

11. Februar 2013, 03:00

Victory for Elethea and the teenage crew of Digicel Challenger at Jolly Harbour Valentine's Regatta & Rum Festival

The young crew of Cork 1720 Digicel Challenger were celebrating their victory at the beach party prizegiving this evening (Sunday 10th) after their overall win in the Racing Division in the Jolly Harbour Valentine's Regatta which ended this afternoon in Antigua. "This is a great victory for us," said helmsman Bob Green. "The guys have worked so hard, training after school to prepare for this event." Digicel Challenger Win CSA Racing Class - Credit: Jody Sallons-Day/  »

09. Februar 2013, 02:48

Youth and Elegance Rules the Day

Day 1 of racing at the Jolly Harbour Valentine's Regatta & Rum Festival belonged to youth and elegance. Youth powered the Cork 1720 Digicel Challenger to a win in the CSA Spinnaker Class in the 13.6 mile race. The crew onboard, aged 14-16, showed some real talent in manoeuvring their boat around the varied marks of the course, steered by the masterful Shawn Malone. Elegance was Don Ward's Luders Naval Academy Yawl, Frolic which took the top slot in the CSA Cruising Division in a close finish only 30 seconds ahead of second placed Elethea, a Beneteau First 38.Rick Gormley's First 38, Elethea (left) and Don Ward's Frolic, Luders Naval Academy Yawl - Winner of the CSA Cruising Division - Credit: Jody Sallons-Day  »

04. Februar 2013, 19:39

Varied fleet on the water for the Jolly Harbour Valentine's Regatta

The Laser Picos are booking up quickly with a fleet that currently numbers 10 boats. They will be raced by a combination of youth and adult sailors from Antigua Yacht Club and Jolly Harbour residents. The Pico racing will take place on Saturday and Sunday and each day will be scored separately, in addition to overall scoring for the two-day event. There are still several Picos available so even if you're only free on one day, there's no excuse not to get out on the water!  »